Ultimate Screw-Up Don't read the instructions. Boaters typically use higher horsepower engines on Big Lake, averaging about 90 hp across both engine types. Carefully document each service: In Bearings We Thrust Replace a prop on an outboard or stern drive and forget to put the thrust bearing back on first. Got the bike running by push starting it and cracking the throttle a little.
I was just in the big city and picked up some new spark plugs. View the discussion thread. The fuel isn't burning off completely. Follow these tips when it's time for a transfusion, or at least an oil change.
My vote still goes for leaky water pump seal, especially given the mention of higher than expected fluid levels in the crankcase. Engine horsepower on the Little Su ranges widely, from 25 to 225 hp, averaging 65 hp across all engine types.
You're right, too. Water is heavier than gasoline and can usually be drained off of the bottom of the tank. It therefore retains more heat, allowing the engine to run hotter or even overheat.
The exhaust from a 2-stroke engine is smoky and contains unburned oil, which pollutes the water. Antifreeze Meltdown Use straight antifreeze instead of topping off your sealed cooling system with a mixture of antifreeze and water. It does not burn fuel as well, resulting in deposits. Without actually knowing where the coolant is coming in? Faulty injectors.
Apparently they are smaller than 2-strokes and other engines. I'd bet a dollar on it though. If the oil feels at all gritty or has a burnt smell to it, it could be an indicator of problems. As for the what kind of "milk" the oil is.
You must log in or register to reply here. Changing the oil again soon after stitching it back up is a good idea as well.